Hear Why Our Authors & Illustrators LOVE Our Teacher’s Guides


In order to support educators, our Literacy team creates a teacher’s guide for each and every book we publish. We bring our authors & illustrators into the process for their feedback to make the guides the best they can be. Check out their rave reviews, then download the guides to use with your readers!

Fight Back by A. M. Dassu

“Thank you so much for reading Fight Back and for this incredible teacher’s guide! I was teary reading it as you have really got to the heart of the book and posed such brilliant questions and suggested activities.” – A. M. Dassu

Bottle Tops: The Art of El Anatsui by Alison Goldberg, illustrated by Elizabeth Zunon

‌”I’ve been sharing the BOTTLE TOPS educator’s guide with teacher friends and everyone is so impressed with it. Several author friends have commented that they’ve never seen a guide as comprehensive as this. I wanted to relay this to you, and to say a huge thank you for the tremendous resource you created for sending BOTTLE TOPS out into the world!!” – Alison Goldberg

Ten Blocks to the Big Wok by Ying-Hwa Hu

“I was so happy to see the final teacher’s guide in full color. What a treat! Cannot thank you enough for the work you put in to making this wonderful guide. I’ve sent it to a few schools I am in contact with for a Fall reading. I know this curriculum plan will help all of us (me and the students) maximize the total experience.” – Ying-Hwa Hu

Copycat: Nature-Inspired Design Around the World written and illustrated by Christy Hale

“Wow, what a lot of work! Thanks for all the time and detail evident in this teacher guide for Copycat. Thank you!” – Christy Hale 

The Moonlit Vine by Elizabeth Santiago

‌”I finished reading the guide and I was honestly blown away. It made me a little teary-eyed to be honest because I teach and use teaching guides like this. It was pretty amazing to have a teacher’s guide for my very own book! Anyway, thank you for capturing the essence of the book and creating wonderfully provocative questions.” – Elizabeth Santiago

Montgomery and the Case of the Golden Key by Tracy Occomy Crowder

“‌First of all, it’s so exciting reading through it and imagine all of the children thinking through these questions and doing the activities to bring the elements and themes of the book to life! I got chills reading through it. It’s very comprehensive” – Tracy Occomy Crowder

Vámonos: Mexican Folk Art Transport in English and Spanish by Cynthia Weill

‌”Wow!  It must have taken you forever to put all of this information together!  Thank you so much.  It is so comprehensive and for so many different types of learners.” – Cynthia Weill



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